Mr. Lemire was called to the Barreau du Québec in 1975. His area of expertise includes litigation, family, real estate and civil law.
During his 44 years dedicated to the practice of law as a litigator in private practice, Mr. Lemire has appeared before various courts in civil, administrative and criminal litigation.
Throughout his career, Mr. Claude Lemire has been very active in the Barreau du Québec and has been nominated president of the Laurentides-Lanaudière region. He is also a member of the Complaints Review Committee of the Syndic's Office of the Barreau du Québec.
The practice of Jean-Philippe Lemire encompasses various aspects of law in the areas of construction, real estate, insurance and civil liability. He also redacts legal opinions on various topics.
Me Lemire has worked in various litigation matters, including defamation, hidden construction defects, contractual breaches and bodily injury.
He joined the firm in 2009 as a lawyer after having worked as a student and an intern.
In 2005, Marie-Hélène Lemire joined Claude Lemire and founded four years later the law firm Lemire Lemire avocats LLP.
Her practice encompasses all aspects of family, civil and commercial litigation.
Me Lemire has worked in various litigation matters, including matters of child custody, divorce, division of family residence, unjust enrichment, nonperformance of contractual obligations and bodily injury.
She also offers family mediation services.
Pierre-Marc Lemire joined the firm in 2019, after working for more than 10 years in Montreal, namely in a national firm.
Me Lemire's practice is focused on commercial litigation and financing services. More specifically, his practice includes all aspects of banking law, bankruptcy, insolvency and reorganization matters as well as construction law.
He also acts in matters involving commercial leases, shareholders disputes and estates and trusts litigations.
His expertise in these matters has led him to represent financial institutions, trustees in bankruptcy as well as creditors and debtors in a variety of mandates involving secured transactions, hypothecary recourses, receiverships and seizure before judgment, as well as pleading before the Superior Court and the Québec Court of Appeal.